A naturist’s view on clothing

A naturist’s view on clothing

What? Clothing? Yes. It’s the stuff we have to hang around ourselves in most of our daily lives to be ‘acceptable’.

tight jeans

You know, the comfortable stuff that can make sitting, walking and moving so unpleasant. It’s something the world has bestowed upon us all for the sake of ‘decency’ and ‘normality’. Because everyone’s born dressed, right? 😉

Why textile?

First of course there’s the obvious reason. Staying warm. Contrary to popular belief that should be the reason for our fabric prisons. Not fashion, not being hip, not being pretty. Staying warm. I’ve seen people take that to extremes. Imagine a summer day, nice and toasty, of about 30C / 86F. You’re sweating because it’s so warm, despite you are down to the bare acceptable minimum. And then you see someone on a bicycle in long pants, a sweater and… a coat.

Or something like this gentleman, having a blast at the beach:

There is a time and a place for everything but if he’s not there for a wedding then I wonder what got into him. (At least he took his shoes off.)

Why dress up when there’s no need for it?

I keep wondering about that. What’s this strange clothing-addiction good for? It’s expensive and most of the time uncomfortable. People who say it’s comfortable have been brainwashed by their bodies for so long that they can’t tell the difference any more.

Give me the freedom of no clothes when possible. I am not the only one. It’s with a reason that in Munich, Germany there are several parks that have clothing optional areas, and since a while there’s a huge park in Paris, France that allows the same.

Check out a nude beach in summer and you’re going to find many naked people. People who shed their garments as soon as they can.

Clothes? I think they’re highly overrated. Brainwash and hogwash. Nude’s good. Nude’s honest. Nude has nothing to hide.

Author: Paul

Simply someone who likes and promotes the clothes-free lifestyle.

3 thoughts on “A naturist’s view on clothing”

  1. Good read, couldn’t agree more.
    Though there are a few other scenarios for clothing. Protection against other extremes comes to mind, think firemen and foundry workers, construction workers.
    That’s of course highly specialised things like fire retardent suits, crash helmets, things like that.

    And simple practicality, having some pockets comes in very handy at times. Need to store that wallet and keys somewhere 🙂
    Something like a toolbelt with some pouches would probably do for that of course, or a shoulder bag, in most cases.

    Let’s hope society at some point in our lives loses its addiction to clothing to the point there are no more laws mandating us to be “decent and modestly clothed” in public.
    I doubt it, but can dream.

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